Why Nobody Understands Blockchain

Source: https://patrickmn.com/security/why-blockchain-is-so-hard-to-understand/

One of the biggest problem with blockchain (“crypto”) seems to be that nobody really understands it. We’ve all heard the explanation that you have blocks, and transactions go into blocks, and they’re signed with signatures, and then somebody mines it and then somehow there’s a new kind of money…? My friend says so, anyway.

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One Decision Separates The Wealthy From The Non-Wealthy

source: https://medium.com/thrive-global/want-automatic-motivation-and-wealth-do-this-one-thing-immediately-7ae22a88731c

“Courage can be developed. But it cannot be nurtured in an environment that eliminates all risks, all difficulty, all dangers. It takes considerable courage to work in an environment in which one is compensated according to one’s performance. Most affluent people have courage. What evidence supports this statement? Most affluent people in America are either business owners or employees who are paid on an incentive basis.”— Dr. Thomas Stanley

The problem with most people’s lives is that they are being shielded from the consequences of their behavior. There’s little to no accountability.

The fastest way to make success inevitable in your life is to only do work that is incentive-based. Only do that which you are rewarded and punished for the quality of your work. Everything you do needs to matter to the outcomes, consequences, and results you get in life.

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1. Will You Be There – Michael Jackson

2. The Dowager Countess, to Isobel: “Does it ever get cold on the moral high ground?”

3. Similar named ruler 原来是天地会的 – https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E5%90%B4%E5%85%83%E7%9B%9B/867713

4. Same named kid – http://www.kidblog.cn/space.php?uid=3218625

5. Officially Missing You

6. Eddy Gordo, motion capture

7. Freedom Fighters

8. Classic Gru meme


How the World Thinks – a global history of philosophy

Tim Whitmarsh in The Guardian:

In his view, people everywhere grapple with the same moral questions, which are fundamentally about balancing contradictory imperatives: individual autonomy versus collective good; the social need for impartial arbiters of truth versus awareness of subjective experience; adherence to rules versus commonsense flexibility; and so forth. The differences between people lie not in the issues they face, but in the positions they end up adopting on the scale between the extremes. The analogy he draws is with a producer in a recording studio: “By sliding controls up or down, the volume of each track can be increased or decreased.” All cultures play the same song, but some prefer the cymbals higher up in the mix.

October, 2018

Final Fantasy Crisis Core

When the Lights Go out – Five

3 Book reviews on “three dreams in the key of g“.

1. https://www.3quarksdaily.com/3quarksdaily/2018/09/three-dreams-in-the-key-of-g.html

2. https://neverimitate.wordpress.com/2018/07/24/book-review-three-dreams-in-the-key-of-g/

3. https://storgy.com/2018/09/04/book-review-three-dreams-in-the-key-of-g-by-marc-nash/

Silicon Valley-based Founder Institute Officially Launches New Startup Program in Lahore

Beginning “I Claudius”, “Claudius the God”

The Dark Controversy Behind The World War II Times Square Kissing Photo

The Dark Controversy Behind The World War II Times Square Kissing Photo